A judge has once again dismissed charges against a mother accused of firing a shot when police tried to remove her physically-impaired daughter from their Detroit home.
A case against a mother accused of firing a shot when police tried to remove her physically-impaired child is back before a judge.
An appeals court has reopened the case of a Detroit woman accused of firing a gun when police officers tried to remove her daughter.
A Detroit mother who regained custody of her 13-year-old daughter after the girl was placed in a state psychiatric hospital is in line to receive an award from the Citizens Commission on Human Rights International.
It was a major ruling in the controversial custody of a woman involved in a police standoff earlier this year.
Charges have been dropped against a woman who held Detroit Police at bay in a standoff several months ago.
A Detroit mother accused of firing a gun causing a standoff with police after she refused to give her child to Protective Services, has testified in a custody trial.
There’s been another court delay for Detroit mother Maryanne Godboldo who had a lengthy standoff with police earlier this year.
The preliminary exam for Maryanne Godboldo gets underway Thursday morning at 36th District Court. She’s accused of discharging a weapon and felonious assault stemming from a 12-hour standoff with police.
After a standoff with police at her home in which the State removed her child from the home, Maryanne Godboldo is slated to be reunited with 13-year-old daughter Ariana on Friday.